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China: Fishermen from Shandong province to sue ConocoPhillips over impacts of 2011 oil spill on livelihood

"Shandong fishermen file 170 million yuan lawsuit for 2011 Bohai Bay oil spill", 28 Dec 2016

A maritime court in Qingdao, East China's Shandong Province has asked the parties involved in the oil spill in Bohai Bay in 2011 to submit their evidence Wednesday in a multi-million yuan lawsuit against multinational oil and gas producer ConocoPhillips and State-owned China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC).  85 fishermen from Muping district and another 120 from Changdang county, Yantai, Shandong Province are suing ConocoPhillips and CNOOC for 170 million yuan ($24.4 million).  Seven of the Yantai fishermen attended the Wednesday hearing, China Youth Daily reported...The oil spill took place in June 2011 at the Penglai 19-3 oil field, which was being jointly developed by ConocoPhillips and CNOOC...

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